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RE: Your Weekly Schedule


From: Madeline Fersko (maddy74_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Sun Oct 10 2004 - 16:12:07 PDT

Your schedule sounds alt like you work in NYC as well?

>From: "robin phillips" <>
>Reply-To: "ArtsEdNet Talk" <>
>To: "ArtsEdNet Talk" <>
>Subject: RE: Your Weekly Schedule
>Date: Sun, 10 Oct 2004 19:06:39 -0400
>Mine probably sounds like alot of yours, too.
>Teachers in by 8:15 (I try to be there by no later than 7:45 usually
>8:40-9:20 6th grade
>9:23-10:03 5th grade
>10:06-10:46 4th grade
>10:49-11:29 3rd grade
>11:29-12:00 lunch
>12:00-12:40 Kindergarten
>12:42-1:22 1st grade
>1:24-2:04 2nd grade
>2:04-2:44 prep
>2:50- 3:15 bus duty
>3:30 end of teachers day
>hanging art work (including major displays in the Board room and all
>halls is done on an irregular basis, but consumes sooo much time it
>usually done after 3:30.  I am just now developing a parent base who
>volunteer and help with this activity, but it is still very time
>we sometimes need to cover other teachers classes this year because
>we only
>have 4 sections of 2nd and 3rd grades and therefore 2 extra preps a
>Lesson plans rarely get done at school, I use the weekend for those.
>I am very grateful for a wonderful room, good budget and an
>who appreciates what I do.
>Robin in PA
>P.S.  Try to be patient with yourself, it's very overwhelming at
>first but it will get easier!
>>I'd like to get an idea of what other art teacher's schedules are
>>like.  Would you mind sharing your weekly schedule with me?  In
>>addition, any advice would be appreciated!  You may email me
>>directly if you prefer.  Thanks so much.
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